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The people came to discuss politics religion and art in these places. That's what we do on the social media even today in the confinement of our own personal toilets.
The similarity is striking.
Was told that there were slaves in those days working as...More
Our friends and I took a couple of funny photos in this area and stop to talk with other tourists about how normal using a latrine back in those days was. Now everyone hides but in Roman times, this was the Facebook of the people...More
It is very interesting to see. We understand from this, how much people must have been moving around in the ancient city of Efesus. It could be added a better sign that tells about the water channels more..